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Here's a selection of articles I've published exclusively on Seeking Alpha. Click the links to access:



* The Purchasing Power Of Money: 5 Factors Supporting The Case For Cash
* Does It Matter That Margin Debt Just Hit A New All-Time High?
* Troubles Ahead For The U.S. Economy As This Important Ratio Peaks
* Economic Issues Unfold As The Money Supply High Tide Ebbs And Becomes Low Tide
* The Banking Crisis - Why It Will Happen Again
* The Austrian Theory Of The Business Cycle - A Short Synthesis
* How A Stock Market Sell-Off Can Trigger A GDP Recession
* Inflection Point For The U.S. Economy As This Recession Trigger Now Put In Motion
* The Week U.S. Banks Operated With 100% Reserves Revisited
* Timing The Coming Downturn - Is This The Calm Before The Storm?
* The Money Cycle, Stock Market, And The Return of The Inflation Premium - This Chart is Off The Scale
* Ten Charts Demonstrating the 2017 Stock Market Euphoria, And One That Doesn't
* Why You Should Expect Further Bank Consolidation in 2017
* Stock Prices Dislocate From Bank Balance Sheets
* Is A Major Stock Market Correction Lurking? This Indicator Suggests Yes!
* Why The Stock Market Might Move Higher In The Short Term
* Money Supply Update (Week Ending 27 January, 2017)
* Earnings Season Warning: It's Not Only Stock Market Valuations That Are Inflated!
* Economic Growth Is Not GDP Growth
* A Plausible Reason For The Longevity Of The Bull Market In U.S. Stocks
* The Contradictory Missions Of Central Banking: Stable Price Inflation And Economic Stability
* The Stock Market As A Leading Recession Indicator
* The Stock Market Euphoria And Record Money Supply To Savings Ratio Signal Looming Recession 
* Growth In Lending Increases Even As Banks' Equity Ratios Approach 2008 Levels
* Reserve Ratios Of U.S. Depository Institutions - Better, But Still Very Fractional
* The Classic Boom Bust Cycle Continues, Rampant Business Lending In The U.S.
* A Key Aspect Of A Stock Market Bust
* Why GDP Growth Will Slide For Years To Come
* Stock Market Correction Over? This Chart Says No, Far From It